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1Julio Jones26ATL2211.7Julio struggles with minor nagging injuries, but continues to show just what a superhuman beast he is. Plus he's one year younger than the other top guys.
2Antonio Brown27PIT1322.0It's hard to wrap your brain around a smaller WR dominating the way Brown does, but he is the most talented TRUE receiver in the game.
3Dez Bryant27DAL5133.0Bryant gets his new deal and is locked in as a dominant force in Dallas. Just needs Romo to stay healthy or the team to find a respectable backup.
4Odell Beckham Jr23NYG3454.0His value is out of control, but his high ranking is justifiable. ODB is the hottest WR asset around and rightly so after putting up historic numbers as a rookie.
5DeAndre Hopkins23HOU4565.0Hopkins is a true NFL #1 option in Houston now that Andre has moved on. It's clear he's a top tier fantasy WR.
6A.J. Green27CIN6645.32014 was an off year, but at just 26 years old Green has plenty more elite years before people start bailing on his aging value.
7Demaryius Thomas28DEN7777.0DT proves once again that he is among the most valuable WRs in fantasy football. Questions with Peyton's future could stunt his value, but Osweiler doesn't look bad either.
8Amari Cooper (R)21OAK81189.0Oakland is usually the kiss of death for WRs, but Cooper is a fantastic rookie and Carr has a solid arm.
9Mike Evans22TBB91099.3ODB stole the show as a rookie, but Evans wasn't far behind. Even with sporadic QB play, Evans has the makings of a top tier WR and he's just 21.
10Alshon Jeffery25CHI109109.7Cutler has a way of helping everyone underperform. Still, with Marshall gone and a new coaching staff in place Jeffery is seeing a rise in targets and production if he can just stay healthy.
11Calvin Johnson30DET1481311.7Calvin has plenty left in the tank. This may be the best time to aquire his services because of age concerns.
12Randall Cobb25GBP13121212.3Cobb is back in GB and in that offense he's a PPR monster just short of Antonio Brown status. The Packers offense is struggling but he's still a top tier option.
13Allen Robinson22JAX12181113.7A-Rob was just another WR from this sick 2014 class to show us his WR1 upside. Unfortunately injury derailed that, but he is a showing us again in 2015.
14Keenan Allen23SDC16131414.3Keenan has WR1 upside but landed himself on IR with a lacerated kidney. He'd been showing more consistency lately and at just 23 years old will bounce back.
15Sammy Watkins22BUF11171715.0Sammy's situation looked like WR purgatory, but a lot has changed with that Buffalo offense heading into 2015. Tyrod Taylor has massive upside.
16T.Y. Hilton26IND17141515.3TY is clearly the real deal as long as Andrew Luck is in town. The offense has struggled in 2015, but his long term value remains high along with Luck's.
17Brandin Cooks22NOS24161618.7Cooks was dazzling us all before his injury. At his size, injury could continue to be a concern. Graham's departure likely helps his target numbers.
18Jordy Nelson30GBP18192219.7Jordy isn't getting any younger and a lost 2015 season due to ACL means his value may never be the same. Still, he has Aaron Rodgers as a QB.
19Jordan Matthews23PHI20152520.0Matthews is the top receiving option in a high charged offense. At 22, JMatt may be one of the most "sure things" at the position.
20Jarvis Landry23MIA22211920.7Landry has become Tannehill's go-to guy and after getting rid of a struggling head coach Miami is firing on all cylinders.
21Kelvin Benjamin24CAR19202421.0A blown out knee means we'll wait to see Kelvin play again until 2016. A shame after his beastly rookie season. His value is trending downward.
22Martavis Bryant24PIT26231822.3Bryant's redzone upside and playmaking ability makes him a valuable WR2/3 in a high octane offense.
23Brandon Marshall31NYJ15223223.0Marshall is still a physical beast and has been producing at a high level because of Fitzpatrick's solid QB play.
24Jeremy Maclin27KCC21302324.7In 2014, Maclin proved he can produce great numbers. He's still doing it with a check-down QB, just at a slightly lesser rate.
25Kevin White (R)22CHI25282626.3White provides huge upside and a raw skill set. Stress fracture surgery to start his rookie season won't help speed up his development. Looks like any realistic fantasy contribution will have to wait until 2016.
26Stefon Diggs (R)22MN27253127.7Stephon Diggs is very talented and is finally getting to show everyone why he should NOT have lasted until the 5th round of the NFL Draft.
27John Brown25ARI28362128.3A pretty solid rookie season for a guy who flew largely under the radar in fantasy circles. Fitz re-signing is just a temporary roadblock for this playmaker. Be prepared for a high level of inconsistency in the meantime.
28Emmanuel Sanders28DEN23333028.7As a WR who takes over the intermediate part of the field, he will need excellent QB play to best utilize his skills. Hopefully Osweiler can provide that with Manning looking done.
29DeVante Parker (R)22MIA31263430.34The real winner is Tannehill here. Parker will have to overcome injury and work his way into a suddenly talented MIA offense.
30Nelson Agholor (R)22PHI36272930.7Could be another USC WR set to underwhelm, but Chip Kelly's offense is the great equalizer. Can't ignore his huge opportunity in a familiar and productive offense.
31Donte Moncrief22IND34382030.7-4Moncrief still has a lot to prove, but there's a market for him as he continues to flash. The drafting of Dorsett as well as signing of Andre Johnson could slow his development.
32Julian Edelman29NEP29313331.0-3Edleman will continue to be a solid "value" producer once healthy (lost to broken foot in week 10). He's not someone you want to build around, but he's a fine WR2 in that offense.
33Dorial Green-Beckham (R)22TEN30372731.3DGB finds himself as a potential go-to guy and he hasn't played football in 2 years. Mariota has his bailout option and he's likely to need it in this offense.
34Michael Floyd26ARI33243932.0Floyd is still an elite talent who is in his 4th year. This is the year where it needs to come together or it may be time to rethink things.
35Larry Fitzgerald32ARI32293732.7Fitz re-ups in the desert and should finish his career as a Cardinal. He's still got the talent and moxy to be a dependable WR2 and it's showing in 2015.
36Davante Adams23GBP42392836.3Adams has a real chance to shine with Jordy missing the entire 2015 season. So far he hasn't been able to stay healthy or play well enough to seize this golden opportunity.
37Eric Decker28NYJ38324137.0Decker is a very solid WR but is unfortunately dependent on the Jets passing offense. Let's hope Fitzpatrick's solid play continues.
38DeSean Jackson29WAS43353537.7DJax has missed a good part of the 2015 season for Washington. He should be a solid producer for a few more years, but injury and inconsistency is an issue.
39Golden Tate27DET35404239.0Tate is getting a little lack of love considering his impressive 2014 season. No reason to think he can't keep being a PPR WR2 even with a healthy Calvin.
40Breshad Perriman (R)21BAL47453843.3Perriman was a draft darling and Baltimore was buying his 4.25 speed. Unfortunately 2015 is a lost year with him being unable to get healthy and landing on IR.
41Phillip Dorsett (R)23IND41474444.0TY Hilton 2.0? He's got the skills but we haven't seen him display them just yet. The Indy offense needs to stablize first.
42Pierre Garcon30WAS44424945.0Garcon's value is in a tailspin. It may fall further now with Cousins as the starter. He and RG3 seemed to have a connection.
43Tyler Lockett (R)23SEA40435546.07Burgandy's favorite sleeper, Lockett tries to do what nobody has done in SEA at the WR position. Consistent production. Lockett is near uncoverable underneath
44Allen Hurns24JAX51345446.37A big-bodied WR who is emerging as a dependable WR for Blake Bortles. Don't underestimate his ability to make plays.
45Devin Funchess (R)21CAR48444846.7Can anyone say Kelvin Benjamin 2.0? Cam Newton certainly hopes so but it looks like Funchess will take significantly longer to develop than Benjamin did.
46Michael Crabtree28OAK39515147.0Crabtree moving on from the pathetically inconsistent SF passing offense was a good thing. Getting paired with Amari Cooper makes the Oakland passing attack suddenly dangerous.
47Mike Wallace29MIN50494347.3Wallace arrives in Minnesota but has done nothing. He's another diva WR who can't get out of his own way. The talent is there if he and Bridgewater can get on the same page but that's looking like a longshot.
48Josh Gordon24CLE37703647.7-3Gordon will be sitting out another year. His talent is so good it's matched only by how bad his decision making skills are. Gamblers should get him cheap.
49Kendall Wright26TEN57484048.3-8Wright continues to produce in an iffy situation. He is still under the radar and has the talent to produce very well if Mariota becomes more consistent.
50Rueben Randle24NYG46555351.36May be the odd man out in an offense that will surely feature Beckham and Cruz, but Victor needs to prove he can come back from injury first.
51Vincent Jackson32TBB55416052.0Age and wear are becoming concerns for VJax but he's still a top target on a team with a rookie QB. Inconsistency rules the roost in those types of situations.
52Victor Cruz29NYG54525052.0It's going to be tough to come back from that petallar tear. If he ever can, ODB will demand the double team opening up Cruz to single coverage and a return to dominance.
53Jaelen Strong (R)21HOU56544752.3It's tough not to get excited about Strong filling the possible AJ role. But Hopkins is the true #1 make no mistake. Strong finds himself in a solid spot if he can emerge.
54Marvin Jones25CIN52505652.73Missing the entire '14 campaign due to injury has many forgetting about a pretty promising, young WR. Those with a longer memory can buy at a deep discount.
55Travis Benjamin26CLE45466953.3-6Benjamin has been as reliable a WR as one could expect in this offense. He's got a bright future.
56Charles Johnson26MIN61574554.3The Vikes like Johnson but with the high caliber performances Stefon Diggs has been putting up he is now relegated to a #3 WR.
57Cody Latimer23DEN62634657.06Beastly potential but will it be realized before Manning signs his retirement papers? His slower than expected development seems to hint at a no answer.
58James Jones31NYG49596457.3-4An average WR who just happened to land in a perfect spot with his old team and Aaron Rodgers at the helm. Career rejuvenated!
59Willie Snead23PIT53536757.7Another receiving weapon has emerged for Drew Brees and he looks legit
60Torrey Smith26SFO71585260.3-12Steve Smith arriving in Baltimore and shining says more about Torrey than it does about Steve. Smith's lack of production in San Fran confirms that thought.
61Brian Quick26STL63625861.0Quick was a huge draft day winner when STL skipped on any WRs this year. With competent QB play he could finally resemble a little of that Terrell Owens comparison.
62Percy Harvin27BUF60666162.3Harvin is on record pace and I can only assume his plan is to play for every team in the league before he retires. He's a head case whose talent just plain doesn't outweigh his risk.
63Brandon LaFell29NEP68695764.7Tough to say what is going to happen in NE, but Brady seems to like him and he has a chance to emerge with Edelman's injury.
64Terrance Williams26DAL73606265.0Seemed solid in year 2. He will always be 2nd fiddle to Dez and not someone to rely on.
65Andre Johnson34IND64676866.3Even Andrew Luck and the Colts offense can't overcome the work of father time. AJ looks like his fantasy career is all but over.
66Tavon Austin24STL58568967.77It's not too late for Austin to break out. Year 3 is usually the make or break year. He's at least showing us something in 2015.
67Markus Wheaton24PIT65795967.7Sorry Wheaton, but Martavius Bryant stole your opportunity. The slot will now be your home and with it, underwhelming FF value.
68Steve Smith36BAL59767269.0After a solid start to 2015, Smith was sent to IR in the "final year" of his career. We'll see if he returns in 2016 or not.
69Cecil Shorts28HOU67727370.7Shorts moves on to Houston and could carve out the WR2 role in that offense. It's far from a guarantee though.
70Steve Johnson29SDC66806670.7-4Super sleeper who has plenty left in the tank
71Ty Montgomery (R)22GBP76776372.04There's not a better place for a young WR to develop. An injury away from solid production.
72Jamison Crowder (R)22WAS74618774.0-5Crowder took advantage of an injury to Desean Jackson and Washington now knows they have another playmaking WR.
73Chris Conley (R)23KCC69718474.7-3Super freak athletically. KC is thought to be the kiss of death with game manager Smith at QB. Tough to get too excited.
74Doug Baldwin27SEA92657176.07Baldwin is a gamer, but just isn't talented enough to avoid being overlooked and/or replaced.
75Justin Hunter24TEN72857677.7-3Hunter enters the "magical" 3rd year as a WR and a breakout is not out of the question. The talent is there but if he doesn't "get it" in 2015 then it may never happen. Massive knuclehead factor.
76Eddie Royal29CHI81817478.7
77Anquan Boldin35SFO78887078.7Despite being a beastly WR in his prime, age is catching up with Boldin.
78Brandon Coleman23NOS70927579.0-4A preseason darling who got lost in the shuffle once the season started. Snead stole his job away and isn't likely to give it back.
79Marqise Lee24JAX79649780.0The WR position in JAX is somewhat crowded. Lee could emerge from the pack or he could be lost in the shuffle. Constant injury concerns would suggest the latter.
80Cordarrelle Patterson24MIN80748880.74C-Patt? More like F-Patt. Patterson has some serious off-season work to do if he is going to truly become a receiver and not just a gimmick player.
81Justin Hardy (R)24ATL75828580.7
82Roddy White34ATL86689081.3Roddy struggles with nagging injuries and is no longer the super dependable possession WR he was for so long. His drop off is imminent.
83Devin Smith (R)23NYJ87788282.34Super athletic, but fighting his way though Brandon Marshall and Eric Decker will be no small task
84Josh Huff24PHI93738684.0The addition of Nelson in the draft cools the Huff love, but I'm not big on USC WRs and Huff is even more familiar with the offense coming from Oregon himself
85Kenny Stills23MIA83759584.3-9Stills is a playmaker capable of putting up big numbers when given the opportunity. If he could secure a role in Miami he could be a very dependable WR.
86Sammie Coates (R)22PIT88848385.03The physical burner finds himself in a talented and crowed WR corps. He will need to stand out in some way to get his PT.
87Jeff Janis24GBP89898086.0
88Kenny Britt27STL841116586.7-3
89Rashad Greene (R)23JAX82839687.0Just another solid option for Blake Bortles. Who will emerge between, Arob, Blackmon, Lee, JT, Hurns, and Greene is the question
90Marques Colston32NOS77959288.0-4Colston returns to New Orleans after taking a pay cut and, on the surface, has ample opportunity with the departure of Graham and Stills. That doesn't discount the reality he's an aging WR with degenerative knees.
91Danny Amendola30NEP100878189.3
92Mohamed Sanu26CIN981007892.03Marvin Jones is simply the superior WR and assuming he comes back healthy, Sanu is waiver material only.
93Tre McBride (R)23TEN91949392.7McBride is a favorite of many and with things in massive flux in TENN, his opportunity could come much sooner than later
94Duron Carter24IND111917793.0
95Darren Waller (R)23BAL859010693.7The monster WR from GT will be a great redzone target and compliment to the speedy Smith and Perriman. He should show something in year one even if it's just as a redzone target.
96Justin Blackmon25JAX1041027995.04No news is good news. Or is it? There are serious questions whether he ever plays again.
97Andrew Hawkins29CLE1058610097.0He's a replaceable and a complimentary guy.
98Stedman Bailey25STL97989897.7Like everyone else in St. Louis, Bailey had a few people excited. Then he disappeared.
99Marquess Wilson23CHI949799.7Looked like he would get a shot at increased production, but Kevin White put a huge lid on his upside
100Aaron Dobson24NEP10210891100.3-4
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